SOME RAIN… MORE WARMTH.
From StormCenter 2 Meteorologist Brad Spakowitz:
Some rain overnight, there may even be a few rumbles of thunder – BUT SEVERE WEATHER IS NOT EXPECTED. Ahead for Tuesday and Wednesday more warmth returns… Both days may set new record highs! Meanwhile, we continue to monitor a developing system that may bring rain and/or snow by Thursday Night into Friday and early Saturday. The exact type and amount of precipitation is still unknown, but what is known is that temperatures will return to February “normals”.
TUESDAY: W-SW 10-15 MPH
WEDNESDAY: SW 5-15 MPH
STORMCENTER 2 FORECAST
Breezy and mild. Patchy fog. Rain at times.
Turning sunny. Warm for February
HIGH: 60 (GB record high: 60° – 1930)
Partly cloudy. Warm again. (small chance of rain or snow shower FAR NORTH?)
HIGH: 63 (GB record high: 58° – 1930)
Partly sunny. Much cooler. Late night rain or snow.
Rain, Snow and/or a mix. Windy.
Mostly cloudy. Light snow.
Partly to Mostly sunny.
Partly to mostly cloudy.
You may see these labels in our forecast when appropriate:
A WEATHER AWARE DAY is a “heads up” when some inconvenient weather is expected or we’re tracking a potential major weather event days away. A SEVERE WEATHER ALERT means strong or severe weather is likely.
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